CONTACTLESS PICKUP services are now available.
You can place a request through the catalog at www.delcolibraries.org
For the time being, pickup hours will be M/W/F, 2pm -6pm, and T/H, 10am - 2pm.
We are working hard to keep everyone safe, and we will be wearing masks at all times, washing our hands frequently, and practicing social distancing. To ensure the items you borrow are safe, we will be quarantining all returned items for 7 days, according to CDC guidelines. Items will not be checked in until after the quarantine period, but this will not result in any fines. Wearing a mask will be required at pickup, except for those exempted for a medical condition, or under two years of age.
We are also hoping to start welcoming our patrons back into our building soon, on a limited basis. At that time and for as long as necessary for public health, the number of people in the building, the length of their visits, other services we can provide, and access to public computers will have to be limited. We know that many of our patrons are waiting for access to the same services they were used to, and we thank you for your patience as we move in that direction, while protecting everyone's health. We will be sharing more details about what to expect as we move in that direction.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.
Remember that you can check out e-books and e-magazines from the comfort of your home, any time of day or night:
E-books & Audiobooks:
Tumblebooks (for children):
Delaware County Libraries also offers dozens of other high quality electronic resources that may interest you:
Please also note that some library patrons may be eligible for 60 days of free internet service from Comcast:
The Delaware County Library System is tracking local library closures and limitations here:
Coronavirus Updates from Delaware County Libraries
For more information on the novel coronavirus, please see the below:
Delaware County Recommends Safety Measures Surrounding Corona Virus Concerns
Centers for Disease Control Coronavirus Disease 2019:
The Lansdowne Public Library is providing services remotely as well as drop off and pick up of material on site at 55 South Lansdowne Avenue. Patrons are not permitted into the building, but instead may call or email Library staff with requests for books or other services. We will continue to evaluate our response to COVID-19 with the guidance of health officials, and continue to provide innovative solutions to service our community. You can stay up to date on any changes to library services through our website, or follow the Library on Facebook.